Protect animals from factory farming
Animals feel pain, distress and fear. But factory farms treat them like cogs in a machine.
Each year, around 56 billion animals suffer horrific cruelty in factory farms.
Pigs, cows and chickens are exploited and abused. They’re crammed in together with hundreds of others. Trapped in tiny crates and cages. Forced to lie in their own waste.
These are animals with thoughts, feelings and personalities. They deserve to be treated with humanity and respect.
Instead, their teeth are clipped and their tails cut without pain relief. They’re bred, fed and medicated to grow faster, make more milk and birth bigger litters. As a result, they suffer injuries, sores, pain and poor health.
No animal should endure a lifetime of misery just to provide cheap meat, milk or eggs. It’s an outrage – and we can change it together.
Sign the petition now: tell the UK government there’s no future for factory farming.
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Be part of an animal welfare revolution
Factory farming exists because of corporate greed, political inaction and the dietary choices people make every day.
But things are starting to shift. More and more people are waking up to the cruelty at the heart of our food system, and calling for change.
If enough of us speak up for farmed animals, we could be the generation that changes everything.
Together, we can raise awareness of the cruelty in factory farming, and ramp up the pressure on the government and the farming industry to put animal welfare first.
Right now, we’re campaigning hard to:
- Make it illegal to expand factory farms or build new ones
- Vastly improve conditions on existing factory farms
- Cut the consumption of animal products by 30% by 2030
If you agree that we need a revolution in the way the world treats animals in farming, join us now. Every voice counts, and we won’t stop until we succeed.
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